A Slovene Renaissance Easter
Ansámbl Luython, the United States' premier Musical Ensamble specializing
in Eastern European Renaissance Music, will present a program of
Slovene Music (A Slovene Renaissance Easter) on March 23rd 2013
5pm at Northbrae Community Church in Berkeley.
The program for this upcoming Lazarus Saturday will include
Slovene folk songs sung accompanied by Renaissance hurdy-gurdy,
keyboard pieces played on a Renaissance Regal Organ, motets by
Georg Prenner, lute pieces by Giocomo Gorzanis, and Jacobus Handl-Gallus'
double choir masterpiece, the Lamentation of Jeremiah, to be sung
and accompanied by renaissance strings, wind, brass and keyboard
"A Slovene Renaissance Easter" program will also followed by
serving of authentic Slovene Food.
Northbrae Community Church
941 The Alameda Berkeley, CA 94707
March 23rd 2013 Saturday 5pm.
Tickets are $25, $20 for seniors, students and SFEMS members.
Renaissance Music of the Polish Court
June 4th 2012 Monday 5:00PM
Berkeley Exhibition and Festival BFX12
Ansámbl Luython, the premier ensemble for preforming eastern
European Renaissance and early baroque music, will present a Polish
Renaissance Concert “Collegium Rorantistarum”. The first half
of the show will include solo Regal and Lute pieces by Mikolaj
z Krakowa and Jakub Polak, an Ensemble Canzona by Adam Jarzebski,
Hymns by Diomedes Cato and Waclaw z Szamotul, all sung in Polish.
For the second half of the program the group will perform Marcin
Lwowczyk’s Missa Paschalis, one of the most important Sacred Choral
compositions of the Polish Renaissance.
Program pdf 170kb